Hop-on/Hop-off Oslo

Here you can find information about sightseeing tours by hop-on/hop-off bus in Oslo. We inform you about providers, stops, timetables and prices.

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City Sightseeing

Hop-on / Hop-off Oslo: City Sightseeing
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  • 1 Route in Oslo
  • 10 stops
  • Operating time April to December
  • Bus leaves every 30 min.


Tour rating: 3.9 (424 Reviews)

Price 24-hour ticket: EUR 37.00


Hop on AS Oslo

Hop-on/hop-off bus
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  • 1 Route in Oslo
  • 11 stops
  • Bus leaves every 45 min.


Tour rating: 3.8 (12 Reviews)

Price 24-hour ticket: EUR 38.15


When you buy your bus ticket online, you will receive a voucher that you can save on your mobile phone. Show your digital voucher to the bus staff when you board the bus for the first time. You will then receive your ticket, which is valid for 24 to 48 hours from the first journey, depending on the option booked.


Hop-on/hop-off bus: places of interest

Oslo, the capital of Norway, is rich in cultural attractions and sights. Here are some of the most popular sights in Oslo:

  • Viking Ship Museum
  • Fram Museum
  • Munch Museum
  • Oslo Opera
  • Vigeland Park
  • The Royal Residence
  • Norwegian Folk Museum
  • Akershus Fortress

All these sights are easily accessible with the hop-on hop-off buses and can be reached in a few minutes on foot from the stops. You can hop on and off as many times as you like at each stop. Or you can use the tour as a city tour without getting off to get an overview of the city (at first).

Hop-on/hop-off bus
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Hop-on/Hop-off + Paradoxes Museum

Take a city tour on the hop-on hop-off bus and visit the Paradox Museum in Oslo. You will receive both tickets immediately on your mobile phone.


Is an Oslo city tour worth it?

The most comfortable and flexible way to discover Oslo is by hop-on/hop-off bus. The hop-on hop-off bus is especially popular with visitors who have little time or are looking for a convenient way to explore the main sights of Norway's vibrant capital.

One of the main advantages of the hop-on/hop-off concept is its flexibility. You can hop on and off at will to explore the different attractions that interest you most. This allows you to set your own pace and gives you plenty of time to explore important sights such as the Viking Ship Museum, Vigeland Park or the Royal Palace. In addition, the hop-on/hop-off bus offers informative commentary about the different places visited, providing valuable cultural and historical insights.

Another advantage is the comfort offered by this service. In the modern, air-conditioned buses you can relax and enjoy the ride through the city without having to worry about traffic or navigation. This is particularly convenient as Oslo attracts many tourists in both summer and winter, and the hop-on hop-off buses are a pleasant alternative to crowded public transport.

Royal Palace in Oslo
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The hop-on hop-off bus is also ideal for tourists who are visiting Oslo for the first time and want to get an overview of the city. The pre-set routes mean you can be sure to see the main sights, but you also have the freedom to set your own priorities.

Overall, the Oslo hop-on hop-off bus city tour offers a practical and informative way to explore the city and is therefore an excellent choice for your visit to Oslo.


City Sightseeing Oslo

Hop-on / Hop-off Oslo: City Sightseeing
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City Sightseeing is one of the largest providers of hop-on/hop-off tours worldwide. The red double-decker buses are easy to spot in city traffic and offer plenty of comfort. When the weather is nice, the upper deck can be opened and you can enjoy a wonderful view of Oslo and its sights.

But even if it should be windy or rainy, the buses are a good choice. Then you sit protected in the covered interior, which can be heated or air-conditioned as needed.

In addition, free wifi is available on board as well as a multilingual audio guide (7 languages).

Timetable

  • First departure: 10:00 a.m.
  • Last departure: 4:00 p.m.
  • Frequency: every 30 minutes
  • Duration: 80 minutes

Routes & Stops

This tour covers the most popular highlights of Oslo. The bus also stops at the cruise terminals.

Contact City Sightseeing Oslo

If you have any questions for the company or feedback, you can contact City Sightseeing by email or phone:

  • E-mail: info@stromma.no
  • Phone: +47 223 32 000

If you have any questions about ticket booking, please contact Tiqets.com or GetYourGuide Customer Service (depending on where you booked your ticket).


Hop on AS Oslo

Hop-on/hop-off bus
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Another provider of hop-on/hop-off tours in Oslo is the Norwegian company Hop on AS. The buses are also red and equipped with wifi and a multilingual audio guide (8 languages).

These are double-decker buses where the upper deck can be opened, while the covered interior offers seating protected from the weather.

Timetable

  • First departure: 10:30 a.m.
  • Last departure: 3:45 p.m.
  • Frequency: every 45 minutes
  • Duration: 75 minutes

Routes & Stops

This bus also travels to all of the city's cruise terminals.

Contact Hop on AS Oslo

If you have any questions for the company or feedback, you can contact Hop on AS Oslo by email or phone:

  • E-mail: marketing@hopon.no
  • Phone: +47 48 17 44 44

If you have any questions about ticket booking, please contact Tiqets.com or GetYourGuide Customer Service (depending on where you booked your ticket).

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